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Tourism

National Tourism Service of Chile appoints GTI for trade and PR representation in Australia

It’s understood staff at GTI have all enrolled in evening Spanish language classes after scoring some new work with Chile’s tourism board.

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Hotels

InterContinental Sydney appoints new PR agency

InterContinental Sydney has chosen a new PR agency, which has already hit the ground running by sending us this announcement.

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Aviation

Fiji Airways appoints new PR agency for Australia and New Zealand

Fiji Airways says “bula” to a new PR agency which, Travel Weekly understands, did not recruit Bachelor in Paradise contestants to woo the airline.

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Travel Agents

Wholesalers

Brush up on your PR skills or keen to become a travel writer?

Even PR gurus could do with a freshening up every once in a while – get tips on how to pitch, new trends and insider irks from top editors. Or perhaps you fancy yourself as a travel writer? Check out these new courses.

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Tourism

NEW: Travel PR Writing Workshops launch in Aus

by Sophie Harrison

Find out what it takes to be one of Australia’s top travel PR executives, or put simply, how to write an effective press release!

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Destinations

Women in Travel: Sarah Anderson, GTI Tourism

We chat to Sarah Anderson, Managing Director of GTI Tourism about working in PR, why failing is ok and the importance of workplace flexibility.

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Aviation

EAD? It’s not as bad as all that

by Richie Kenzie

The world of PR can be a fickle one as Virgin Australia’s unplanned Kanye West Twitter outburst proves…

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Travel Agents

Sybil’s big day out in Sydney

by Daisy Melwani

Sybil here is a marketing/media/creative person who works with a travel brand. Find out why she’s excited and already packed her case.

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News

Zadro takes AIME

by Daisy Melwani

Ogilvy are out as Zadro zooms in.

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Aviation

The PR struggle of Malaysia Airlines

by Emma Mackenzie - B&T

“It’s very rare that any PR professional will be faced one such tragedy, let alone two.”

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Wholesalers

Bench, Baker: Break-up

by Daisy Melwani

Bench International are moving its PR and marketing in-house after severing ties with longtime-PR consultancy firm, David Baker & Associates.

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